Duquesne Basketball Recruiting
Duquesne Offers Fast-Rising 2023 Guard Cam Estevez
On Monday, Duquesne’s hoops staff extended an offer to a 6-foot-3 guard named Cam Estevez.
Blessed To Receive an Offer From Duquesne #AGTG @RiversideHawks @cburyboysbball @VerbalCommits pic.twitter.com/m2HVMwUlBI
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Estevez, now heading into his senior year of high school, reclassified into 2023 last summer, choosing to finish his prep career up in New England at Canterbury School. He is a native of Teaneck, New Jersey.
On Monday alone, Estevez picked up offers from both Rhode Island and Duquesne. This spring, he has also added offers from Miami (OH), James Madison, UMBC, Fordham, Wichita State, Saint Bonaventure, and Robert Morris. After shining this weekend with Riverside Hawks on the Under Armor circuit, Estevez caught the eyes of coaches and scouts from all over.
Who has been breaking out this week at @UANextBHoops?
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— Adam Finkelstein (@AdamFinkelstein) July 8, 2022
“When I first started playing basketball, I really just liked to score,” Estevez told New England Recruiting Report’s Jared Exler. “But coming into The Canterbury School, transferring in, our coach has really emphasized playmaking, me being a leader on the court, and me being an extension of him on the court.”
Estevez becomes the latest player to earn a Duquesne offer, joining recent offer recipients Alex Bates IV and Anthony Robinson.